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The Indian job market is on the rise, with a 22% surge in job postings over the past year, according to CIEL HR. Start-ups are planning to increase hiring, signaling optimism despite previous challenges. A report by IANS reveals that approximately 65% of Indian start-ups are gearing up to expand their workforce in the coming six months. This analysis, based on 1,30,896 employees across 70 start-ups, highlights a shift from last year’s challenges stemming from economic uncertainty and cautious investor sentiment, which led to decreased funding and hiring activities within the start-up ecosystem. Software development and sales roles are in demand. Many start-up employees are open to transitioning to established firms due to concerns about job security and the promise of better pay.

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